Uncompromised craftsmanship and innovative technology help produce the world’s best scouting camera pictures - and set Cuddeback apart from the rest. With ¼ Second Trigger Speed, Center Subject Technology and Zone Control, Cuddeback cameras are just built better. Browse galleries of pictures to see the difference for yourself - we think you’ll agree that the proof is in the picture.
I was hunting gobblers from my blind when I called this gobbler in. The first picture is just before the shot, the second during the shot and the third right after the shot, I didn't realize his head and my Cudde back were lined up when I shot. My Cuddeback took three BBs in the housing but as you can see still captured these photos of the hunt. This hunt can be seen on youtube channel HOWE2OUTDOORS / Pennsylvania Gobbler frenzy.
Feral hogs are a great pastime in that space between deer season here in East Texas. This is a big boar that I have yet to see in daylight while hunting.
I cannot believe the trigger speed of my new Cuddeback Long Range IR cameras. Simply incredible!
This was right after one of the last snowfalls of the year, one of the snowfalls where the snow clings to every tree branch in the woods. That didn't stop this coyote from stalking his next meal.
These guys were regular visitors to several of the fields at my Hickman County, Tennessee farm. This and other photos taken by my Cuddeback cameras led to a successful harvest during Tennessee's 2018 spring turkey season.
Here are a few more, The real big bear is the real big bear is the male I call Scar. I have a history with him that goes back 18 years now, always Happy to see him make it thru another winter.
It's spring and the bears are up and about Always nice to see which ones made it thru the winter and with my Attack IR , I always know. This was my 1st Attack Ir and it is still running year round with no problems. Thank you for the great camera